- Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum has continued to display his love for animals
- Al Maktoum recently posted a video of himself calling out his camels by name and feeding them snacks
- The crown prince has previously shared videos and pictures of himself with horses, giraffes, dogs, falcons, gazelles, among others
A video has emerged of Dubai Crown Prince Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum calling out his camels by name.
In the video posted by Sheikh Hamdan on his official Instagram page, the prince is seen calling two of his camels, Fares and Emaar.
Legit.ng notes that only Fares answered at first and stuck his head into the window of the car, Sheikh Hamdan told the animal to get Emaar and the latter galloped to get her.
When Fares approached the car with Emaar, Sheikh Hamdan said: “Emaar come here, come here, come here."
While both camels were at the window, the crown prince fed them with snacks, after which the animals kissed his face and chin and departed.
Below is the video:
In other news, as part of wider plans to prepare the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for the next 50 years of development, the country has unveiled its first multi-entry five-year tourist visa.
The unveiling was done during the first cabinet meeting of the year chaired by the prime minister and ruler of Dubai, Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid.
Tourists currently visit the UAE with a free multiple entry visa for up to 90 days, from the date of entry.
According to Sheikh Mohammed, the new visa will allow tourists multiple entries into the country for a period of five years.
The Dubai ruler said: "The year 2020 will be different because it is the year of preparation for the next 50, the year in which we design the future of the Emirates."
An Abu Dhabi resident from India identified as Nitin Chivilkar expressed satisfaction over the new visa, saying he has family and friends that come to visit him from India.
He said: "I live with my wife and we have a resident’s visa but this is good news for my family and friends who come to visit from India.
“I have been here for 10 years and this is a big step forward. My sisters and friends usually have to reapply for a three-month maximum visiting visa every time they want to come and stay."